Our product line is small, but growing.  If you are interested in any of the following, please email us for information at pugwash.estuary@gmail.com.

 

THE HISTORY OF THE PUGWASH ESTUARY

In 2015, Stephen Leahey of FOPE had an idea.  He realized that to know our river was to love it and so hired researcher and historian Skeena Lawson from Mount Allison University and laid out a format for her to report on the history of our estuary. Hazel Felderhof edited, and this informative book is now ready for you to purchase.  It will make a perfect Christmas present for friends and family who love the estuary.  A HISTORY OF THE PUGWASH ESTUARY is selling for $20.00 a copy plus postage of $4.00 per copy.  

 

This book can also be picked up locally from Maureen Woodlock, Marilyn Kinnear, Dianne Elliott or at the KGB.

 

A History

of the

Pugwash Estuary

 

  

By

Friends of the Pugwash Estuary

 

Assisted by the North Cumberland Historical Society

 

FORRESTALL PRINTS

In July, 2015, FOPE  hosted noted NS artist Tom Forrestall. Over two days, he met with a group of  local artists to paint, mentor and share technique at various sites around the Pugwash River. Four beautiful watercolours illustrating the beauty and diversity of the Estuary were created by Tom Forrestall.  Although the originals sold quickly, you can still have the beauty of a Forrestall painting in your home by buying one of the limited edition numbered prints which are signed by the artists.  They have each been valued at $1800.00, but we will sell them unframed at $300.00 each.  

These prints or the note cards can be picked up locally by contacting Betty Hodgson.

Forrestall # 1

Forrestall # 1

Forrestall # 2

Forrestall # 2

Forrestall # 3

Forrestall # 3

Forrestall #4

Forrestall #4

We are also selling cards of these paintings.  Each note card is $3.00 or a set of 4 for $10.00.

Or, you can support the Pugwash Estuary by buying one of our beautiful designer hats.  These hats sell at $20.00 each and would make a wonderful present!  The hats can be picked up locally by contacting Betty Hodgson.